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post #31 of 52
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Originally Posted by Mazda View Post
I think his idea of wearing 'your aesthetic' 24/7 only works well for professional adults and 15 year old emo kids. If you are between that, dress codes vary by day and hour.

Even if you're a professional adult, the same suit and tie you wear to work doesn't necessarily translate to your evening plans. I prefer not to wear stripes or plaids in the evening, if you're going somewhere rather upscale it would be preferable not to be wearing brown shoes, and if you're going to a concert or something similar you might be ridiculously overdressed.

I don't know any 15 year old emo kids, so I can't speak to their lifestyle.
post #32 of 52
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Originally Posted by videocrew View Post
Even if you're a professional adult, the same suit and tie you wear to work doesn't necessarily translate to your evening plans. I prefer not to wear stripes or plaids in the evening, if you're going somewhere rather upscale it would be preferable not to be wearing brown shoes, and if you're going to a concert or something similar you might be ridiculously overdressed. I don't know any 15 year old emo kids, so I can't speak to their lifestyle.
Read my other post, I don't condone the 'wear it everywhere' ideal. I just meant it was easier for a professional to pick an aesthetic that translated from daywear to nightwear than other people like...a student. But yes, of course there are exceptions. I don't think his point was meant to cover "I went to a funeral earlier and now I am going water skiing, how am I going to wear this suit???"
post #33 of 52
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
walking around all day in LA.

FAIL; nobody walks there.

Sadly, I also own a few corny/conversation starter shirts from places like mixunit.com (none of that ghey Busted Tees shit) that I sometimes wear when a night of serious drinking beckons. I don't care how well a button down fits me - it's just not going to get noticed the way a shirt related to rap/cocaine/money (or some combination thereof) being worn by a white guy will. I never fail to meet at least one interesting lady when I'm wearing one of these. And I only feel a little bit pathetic for doing it.
post #34 of 52
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag View Post
FAIL; nobody walks there.

Sadly, I also own a few corny/conversation starter shirts from places like mixunit.com (none of that ghey Busted Tees shit) that I sometimes wear when a night of serious drinking beckons. I don't care how well a button down fits me - it's just not going to get noticed the way a shirt related to rap/cocaine/money (or some combination thereof) being worn by a white guy will. I never fail to meet at least one interesting lady when I'm wearing one of these. And I only feel a little bit pathetic for doing it.


I still love my many years old "Black by Popular Demand" and "Fuck You, I'm from Texas" Shirts for serious drinking. The later however cannot be worn within the boundaries of Texas without being a variant of the guy that wears the shirt of the band he is going to see.

And the shirt you are looking for is "Root of All Evil". Best. Shirt. Ever.
post #35 of 52
I'm talking more about, like, the Jeezy shirt that says 'My President Is Black' and has an American flag on it made out of a suspicious powdery substance...
post #36 of 52
Usually I'll rock a nice shirt, like my l/s wolf shirt.



It says "born to roam" on the front and on the sleeves. Usually I rock it with a nice pair of carpenter jeans and some nice shoes. I've gotten a couple bitches pregnant wearing that shirt.
post #37 of 52
making fun of wolf shirts these days is just as bad as wearing them

PLAYED OUT SON
post #38 of 52
No Wai
post #39 of 52
On off nights I come home, change into my WWM plaid shirt, and wack off to my reflection in the mirror. It's usually better than bar sex, tbh.



(NO HOMO)
post #40 of 52
last night I hit up a banging club, bitches in tow like a fucking fishing net on a crab boat, passed straight by the doorman and right in to the VIP section. I was wearing a skin tight D&G (thats dolce and cabana for you loser nerd fucks) leopoard print shirt with only 2 butts done, a GUCCI monogram belt and a pair of waxed black john galliano jeans over my snakeskin and elephant skin prada ropers. you geek fucks can stick to your 'work wear' (lol like you ever leave your computer), while I'm busy doing chicks 3 at a time in the back of my limo.
post #41 of 52
Robe & Wizard Hat imo
post #42 of 52
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
3 at a time in the back of my limo.

That's the most you can handle? F@g.
post #43 of 52
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Originally Posted by Bona Drag View Post
I'm talking more about, like, the Jeezy shirt that says 'My President Is Black' and has an American flag on it made out of a suspicious powdery substance...

Root of all evil is much more low key. If someone knows the reference then they are worth talking to. But I like your style.
post #44 of 52
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
last night I hit up a banging club, bitches in tow like a fucking fishing net on a crab boat, passed straight by the doorman and right in to the VIP section. I was wearing a skin tight D&G (thats dolce and cabana for you loser nerd fucks) leopoard print shirt with only 2 butts done, a GUCCI monogram belt and a pair of waxed black john galliano jeans over my snakeskin and elephant skin prada ropers. you geek fucks can stick to your 'work wear' (lol like you ever leave your computer), while I'm busy doing chicks 3 at a time in the back of my limo.



Hey! Fuck you!

- the guy with the paisley D&G shirt and shiney jeans from WAYWT
post #45 of 52
those jeans were ugly dude sorry
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